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State police arrest two for driving 121 mph, warn others to slow down
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State police arrest two for driving 121 mph, warn others to slow down

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Indiana State Police are warning drivers to slow down this holiday weekend after they arrested two drivers for speeds up to 121 mph in separate incidents recently.

Alonzo Web, 31, of Ohio, was arrested just before midnight Christmas night after a state trooper observed him driving at speeds of up to 121 mph in a 70 mph zone on the Indiana Toll Road in LaPorte County.

Master Trooper Tim McCormick saw the silver 2019 Hyundai traveling at a high rate of speed before he stopped Web. Web was transported to the LaPorte County Jail and charged with reckless driving.

A Merrillville man was arrested at 2:35 a.m. Thursday after Trooper William Carlson saw him driving a white Chrysler passenger vehicle 121 mph in a 65 mph zone in Hobart.

Christian Marquez, 23, was transported to Lake County Jail and charged with reckless driving.

Recent arrests booked into Lake County Jail

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Porter County Reporter

Joyce has been a reporter for nearly 40 years, including 23 years with The Times. She's a native of Merrillville, but has lived in Portage for 39 years. She covers municipal and school government in Porter County.

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